The broadcast schedules for the Colorado Rockies 2019 spring training games have been announced. AT&T SportsNet RM and KOA radio have both released their scheduled broadcasts for select Cactus League games.
As has been the case for the past few years, AT&T SportsNet RM will be broadcasting six Cactus League games, including the exhibition between the Rockies and Isotopes in Albuquerque, New Mexico on March 25. Their first broadcast won’t be until March 15 against the Royals.
Spring Training is here! We will be broadcasting six @Rockies games during #SpringTraining including an exhibition game against the @ABQTopes! pic.twitter.com/R3LKRwxLTF— AT&T SportsNet™ | RM (@ATTSportsNetRM) February 12, 2019
Rockies radio partner KOA also recently announced their schedule, promising 14 games, including the first Rockies game of Spring Training on Saturday, February 23 against the Diamondbacks.
If you happen to have an MLB.tv subscription, you will be able to catch much more Rockies Cactus League action. Broadcasters for other teams will be airing eight games that feature the Rockies, the first of which will be Wednesday, February 27 against the Angels at 1:10 pm MT. That includes the rare double-header on March 22, when the Rockies will have both split-squad teams playing at the same time on two different networks: against the Padres on AT&T SportsNet RM and against the Giants on NBC SportsNet Bay Area. While not every team has announced their radio broadcast schedule, you’re likely to find even more Rockies games via MLB Gameday Audio as well.
There have been rumblings that AT&T SportsNet may be looking to broadcast more Rockies games after their current contract expires, but it’s unclear if that would also mean more Spring Training games. For now, feel free to begin the countdown to when you’ll be able to see the Rockies playing baseball on your favorite screen.
You can find the Rockies full spring training schedule, including TV and radio broadcasts, below.
Rockies 2020 Spring Training Broadcast Schedule
|Sat, Feb 22||1:10 PM||v. Diamondbacks||--||KOA 850 AM|
|Sun, Feb 23||1:10 PM||@ Angels||FSN-West||KOA 850 AM|
|Mon, Feb 24||1:10 PM||v. Indians||--||--|
|Tue, Feb 25||1:05 PM||@ Cubs||Marquee SN||--|
|Wed, Feb 26||1:10 PM||v. Rangers||--||MLB.com|
|Thu, Feb 27||1:05 PM||@ Athletics||--||--|
|Fri, Feb 28||7:05 PM||@ Giants||NBC Bay Area||MLB.com/KNBR|
|Sat, Feb 29||1:05 PM||v. Dodgers||--||KOA 850 AM|
|Sun, Mar 1||1:10 PM||v. Angels||--||KOA 850 AM|
|Mon, Mar 2||1:10 PM||@ Mariners||--||--|
|Tue, Mar 3||1:10 PM||v. Cubs||--||--|
|Wed, Mar 4||1:05 PM||@ Rangers||--||MLB.com|
|Thu, Mar 5||1:05 PM||@ White Sox (SS)||--||MLB.com|
|Thu, Mar 5||1:10 PM||v. Royals (SS)||--||MLB At Bat|
|Fri, Mar 6||1:10 PM||@ Diamondbacks||--||MLB.com|
|Sat, Mar 7||1:05 PM||@ Dodgers||SportsNet LA||KOA 850 AM|
|Sun, Mar 8||2:10 PM||v. Indians||--||KOA 850 AM|
|Mon, Mar 9||--||--||--||--|
|Tue, Mar 10||2:10 PM||v. Reds||--||--|
|Wed, Mar 11||2:10 PM||v. White Sox||--||--|
|Thu, Mar 12||2:05 PM||@ Brewers||FSN-Wisconsin||--|
|Fri, Mar 13||2:10 PM||v. Padres (SS)||--||MLB.com|
|Fri, Mar 13||7:05 PM||@ Reds (SS)||--||KOA 850 AM|
|Sat, Mar 14||2:05 PM||@ Royals||--||KOA 850 AM|
|Sun, Mar 15||2:05 PM||@ Indians||--||KOA 850 AM|
|Mon, Mar 16||7:40 PM||v. Giants||AT&T SN - RM||KOA 850 AM|
|Tue, Mar 17||7:05 PM||@ Cubs||Marquee SN||KOA 850 AM|
|Wed, Mar 18||7:40 PM||v. Athletics||AT&T SN - RM||KOA 850 AM|
|Thu, Mar 19||--||--||--||--|
|Fri, Mar 20||7:40 PM||v. Mariners||AT&T SN - RM||KOA 850 AM|
|Sat, Mar 21||2:10 PM||@ Padres (SS)||AT&T SN - RM||MLB At Bat|
|Sat, Mar 21||7:40 PM||v. Brewers (SS)||--||KOA 850 AM|
|Sun, Mar 22||2:10 PM||v. Diamondbacks||--||KOA 850 AM|
|Mon, Mar 23||7:40 PM||@ Mariners||AT&T SN - RM||MLB At Bat|
|Tue, Mar 24||1:10 PM||v. Mariners||AT&T SN - RM||MLB At Bat|